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Managing Knowledge in an Organizational Context, 2nd Ed.

Managing Knowledge -- Unit 4

The Open University

Publisher: The Open University, 2001 , 67 pages

ISBN: 0-7492-7754-8

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  1. Introduction
    • 1.1 Aims
    • 1.2 Learning Objectives
  2. Knowledge and Organizations: Concepts and Frameworks
    • 2.1 The Strategic View
  3. Knowledge Processes in Organizations
    • 3.1 Communicating in Organizational Contexts
    • 3.2 Communities of Practice
    • 3.3 Knowledge-Sharing Culture
    • 3.4 Organizational Learning
      • The learning organization
    • 3.5 Knowledge ‘Capture’ in Organizations
    • 3.6 Organizational Memory
    • 3.7 Absorptive Capacity of Organizations
  4. Conceptual Frameworks for Organizational Knowledge
    • 4.1 J.C. Spender’s Approach to Knowledge Management, Uncertainty and the Emerging Theory of the Firm
    • 4.2 Nonaka’s Framework: A Unified Model of Dynamic Organizational Knowledge Creation
    • 4.3 Cook and Brown on Knowledge and Knowing in Organizations
  5. Conclusion

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Managing Knowledge in an Organizational Context

by Roland Buresund last modified 2014-01-26 00:51

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MBA material, what do you expect?


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